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savannah georgia. mr. russell's the author of savannah a history of her people since 1733 a comprehensive book about his own town. it's about 40 minutes. >> he's a man of many parts. physician, paynter, historian and writer. he finds time to play golf. since preston retired from medicine after 30 years of memorial hospital, his paintings have appeared in the regional art shows and in homes throughout the united states and europe as well as here at the morris museum in augusta. his book, the low country from savannah to charleston contains 85 of his paintings which capture the mystique of the region. preston russell along with his wife, barbara, who is here today if you could stand up. [applause] co-authored a savannah, a history of her people since 1733. and his most recent book is like such madness in search of joan of arc. his pending work i guess this means your working on now deals with franz's involvement in the american revolution and the father and son relationship between george washington and the young marchi de lafayette. dr. russell i will also point out has been an enthusiasti
to several locations in savannah georgia. book tv, 48 hours of top nonfiction authors and books every weekend. >> this year book tv is looking at the literary culture of eight southeastern cities. next, an interview with preston russell from savannah, georgia, the author of "savannah: a history of her people since 1733''. it is about 40 minutes. >> a man of many parts. physicians, painter, historian and writer. he even finds time to play golf. since breast and retired from madison after 30 years of memorial hospital and his paintings have appeared in regional art shows and in homes throughout the united states and europe as well as here and at the morris museum in the guest. his book the low cut street from savannah to charleston contains 85 of his paintings which capture the mystique of the region. preston russell along with his wife, barbara-is with the sick today. stand up. co-authored at ten. his most recent book is rights of madness in search of joan of arc. his pending work, i guess this means you're working now, deals with france's involvement in the american resolution and the father
rehabilitation program, $15 million. the chair: for what purpose does the gentleman from georgia rise? >> mr. chairman, i have an amendment at the desk. the chair: the clerk will designate the amendment. the clerk: amendment number 10 printed in the congressional record offered by mr. broun of georgia. the chair: the gentleman from georgia is recognized for five minutes in support of his amendment. mr. broun: thank you, mr. chairman. mr. chairman, my amendment would eliminate one of 20 different programs that usda operates, the water rehabilitation program. the chairman of the subcommittee, my good friend from georgia, has stated during debate on funding for agriculture programs that he hopes to see a reduction in the number of federal programs included in this bill. i understand that some of my colleagues have a vested interest in this program. but when we have a program, its funding projects in only a handful of states, we must take a long, hard look at our priorities. mr. chairman, even the president did not request funding for this program. it cannot be understated that we are facing unp
. [laughter] um, georgia founded in 1733 was the last and, indeed, the poorest 19th colony which was -- 13th colony which was admitted to the not union because there was no union, but which showed up as an english colony. and can out of good pr and gamesmanship, it was named after the king george the ii, and it's also remains the largest state in the union east of the mississippi river. and it was originally put here as sort of a spoiler, buffer territory between the established english colony in south carolina and the spanish colony down in florida. and since this whole area from, say, south carolina down to the florida line was completely up in the air, as long as you are grabbing territory that's going to be contested, why not go all the way? because the original drawings georgia which were spliced down went all the way from the atlantic ocean to the pacific ocean cutting through god knows what, whatever that would keep going if it just kept going. so you might as well go big for it. initially, this was a haven for all sorts of people, particularly a religious haven. sixteen languages ran
burst of truth from a republican. a former georgia governor actually says georgia is probably not a state to be seen in if you are of a different color. >>> another former georgia governor and democratic president says the war on drugs is a failure and repeats what he says over 30 years ago that marijuana should be decriminalized. just one phillips' colon health probiotic cap a day helps defends against occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas and bloating. with three strains of good bacteria to help balance your colon. you had me at "probiotic." [ female announcer ] phillips' colon health. for dentists, the choice is clear. fact is, more dental professionals brush with an oral-b toothbrush than any other brush. trust the brush more dentists and hygienists use, oral-b. >>> coming up rk admitting you have a problem is the first step. the world needs to admit it has a problem with the war on drugs. it lost that war. a former president boldly explains how the body count in that war has hurt us all. he repeats the plea he made 30 years ago to decriminalize marijuana and hopes he wil
>> arrestos y protestas frente al capitolio de georgia, decenas de estudiantes defienden el derecho de los que no tienen papeles. >> de nuevo en la mira la selección mexicana de fútbol. ahora el escándalo incluye robo y prostitución. >> la venezuela sin chávez ¿qué dicen los venezolanos de la ausencia del mandatario? telemundo viajó en búsqueda de reacciones. >> a a pespesar de reacciones demuestra que las mamografíasí lvan vidas. >> ¿qué tal? muy buenas tardes, josé díaz-balart se encuentra de vacaciones. >> hola ¿qué tal? >> comenzamos en georgia en donde en menos de 24 horas que un juez federal bloquear las parte más severas de la ley sb78 participaron de manifestaciones, se encuentra con todos los detalles en la demostración que comenzó de forma pacífica y terminó con varios arrestos. >> adelante jorge. >> muchas gracias. te saludo desde el capitolio de georgia en donde en el día de hoy estudiantes nuevamente tomaron las calles en protesta por su no admisión en el próximo ciclo escolar por ser indocumentados vámonos con el siguiente reporte. >> no objet
. now without a prescription. >> georgia avenue is going to be rockin' for the d.c. caribbean carve value. this is actually the 19th year, the parade route has changed. it is going to start from kansas avenue and georgia avenue and they're going to be marching south to georgia avenue and barry place and i have two special guests with me. i would like you to to meet jillian with caribbean caterers incorporated. she is brought some lovely items. then we have one of the organizers, chris who is an organizer of the festival. jillian, you can come and see all of the vendors, we'll have food and crafts. what have you brought for me today? >> what you will find this weekend is beef patties. you may find some macaroni pie, very traditional caribbean dish. and all types of chicken, jerk chicken, calypso chicken, barbecue chicken will all be there in the park. after you jump up georgia avenue, do the jump up, come into the park and have a good meal. >> i love the music! i love the colorful costumes. and all of the islands are represented. >> all of the islands are represented. >> you can just
disembarked in florida. he went to warm springs for a few days, gave some speeches in georgia and south carolina and then, finally, returned to washington in if late august. in late august. let me give you a picture of what happened at one of the stops, the one in barnesville, georgia, in the august. it was a dry, scorching day with temperatures in the mid 90s. the little down of barnesville had a population of only 3,000, but for the day it became the focal point of the nation. as 40,000 people poured into town to see and hear their hero. officially, the president had come to dedicate a rural electrification project that would supply power to the central parts of georgia. but some people rightly suspected that something else was cooking. the speaker's platform was gayly decorated with stars and stripes and red, white and blue bunting and seated on the platform were the president and georgia's distinguished senator, walter george, who was up for re-election. george was an old school southerner with formal, chifl rouse manners. he always refer today his wife as miss lucy, and she called
purpose does the gentleman from georgia rise? >> to strike the last word. the chair: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. . mr. broun: i'm glad to hear he is concerned about the u.s. navy's energy supplies and whether he was in favor of us starting to develop our own energy resources here in the united states. we have a tremendous amount of energy our creator has given us here in our country off the northern coast of alaska, in the western united states, in the gulf coast and certainly i would like to see the oil prices drop. the best way to get the oil prices to come down to a reasonable level is for us to start developing our own energy resources here in this country. certainly our oil and natural gas resources need to be developed, clean coal energy, alternative sources of energy, all these other things. and i hear this from my colleagues on the other side about the f.t.c. and oil speculators and best way to have them lose money which they would do when they increase the price of oil by speculating on future prices is by producing more oil in this country. we have a tre
. >>> breaking news. a massive fire burning right now in georgia. clayton burning. it's burning between two commercial buildings. some construction materials are on fire. a warehouse fire is sending thick, dark smoke over clayton county georgia today. the fire apparently started in an outdoor storage area just a couple of hours ago. a newschopper that we're looking at shows some pretty intense flames behind the billing. firefighters -- building. firefighters dousing the is fire from above. these are live pictures that we're getting from georgia, where a fire is burning at a warehouse. >>> the family of michelle le is now working with a private investigator in their search for the missing nursing student. it's been more than three and a half weeks since she disappeared from the kaiser medical center in hayward. police are kerring her disappearance a homicide because of evidence they -- considering her disappearance a homicide because of evidence they cannot reveal. the family hired a private investigator to try to find her. >> we've seen a lot of these cases that there's a certain segment of
gris de apoyo y críticas finalmente fe anuncia. >> en georgia intentan sustituir la mano de obra indocumentada por convicto bajo libertad condicional. niños en pelo trabajo. >> se suman cada vez más voces a la lucha contra el trabajo infantil. >> >> pero así la solidaridad no es solamente para los hombres, las mujeres los niños. los jóvenes, todos los que están participando en el movimiento también para los que llegamos de lejos por eso nos compartieron este dliftz sopa. >> desde chicago. >> >> muy buenas tardes reportando desde chicago illinois, hoy día le llegó la hora cero alc congresista que incluyó desde fotos provocativas hasta la denuncia de una ex actriz de porno no tuvo otra opción de ceder ante la presión y decirle a dios a la oficina en el capitolio. comenzamos en washington con lori montenegro. >> en nueva york en el mismo sitio en donde lanzó su carrera política y sin su esposa a su lado. >> el congresista demócrata anthony weiner dijo que ya no podía seguir en el congreso su situación apuntó se había convertido en una distracción. >> conocido por
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on georgia avenue when she was run down by a car. courtney robinson is live on the scene with details. good morning. >> good morning. according to montgomery county police a 24-year-old was trying to cross georgia avenue at regina drive when a car came up hit and killed her. officers did investigate. they tell us she was trying to cross georgia avenue when a 2007 silver volkswagen hit her. the driver of that car lost control and crashed through a nearby fence moving into the backyard of a nearby house. the driver and passenger of that car were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the driver is 18-year-old carlos ariyas. his passenger is a 17-year-old from silver spring. investigators are still here. you can see the wooden fence down. if you have any information on this tragedy call police immediately. live in montgomery county in wheaton, courtney robinson, abc 7 news. >>> prosecutors now say that no one will be charged in the death of a man outside the dc-9 club. ali mohammed died last october after allegedly threw a brick through a " window and police-- a club window and the employe
our hidden cameras in a rented house in rural georgia, and once again, even men who have seen our reports show up at the door. we should let you know that some of what you're about to hear does see is explicit. >> i have an update. he'll be in an orange ford explorer. >> on this stormy summer night on a winding country road, a potential sex predator slowly approaches a house where he believes a child is waiting for him. he's driven a long way for this meeting, almost two hours. the driver won't find a young girl inside. instead, a "dateline" investigative team awaits his aprivately. >> he's coming in. >> why is this man making such a long trip in the dead of night? perhaps because he believes a 15-year-old girl is alone inside, ready to have sex with him. >> open the door and call him. he's coming. >> but his journey didn't begin today. it began more than a week earlier when he entered a yahoo georgia chat room and decided to hit on a decoy, an adult posing as a 15-year-old. it didn't take long for the 23-year-old screen name scooby doo atl 01 to steer the chat toward sex. he aske
universidad. ---enseguida en noticias univision 14......el estado de georgia es blanco de una demanda tras la parobacion de una ley identica a la "sb 1070" de arizona. ---el estado de "georgia" enfrenta una demanda legal a rÍz de una ley anti-inmigrante que se aproÓ recientemente.---los representantes de diversas organizaciones civiles se dieron cita en un tribunal de "atlanta", donde presentaron una querella contra la ley estatal "hb 87", considerada por los demandantes como una copia de la "sb 1070" de arizona.---la legislacion permite que las autoridades locales indaguen sobre la situacion migratoria de una persona, y penaliza a quienes albergan o transportan a indocumentados.---la oficina del gobernador dice que los legisladores de "georgia" se aseguraron de que esta ley se ajuste a la constitucion. ---los precios de las casas en estados unidos esÁn disminuyendo porque cada vez menos personas pueden darse el lujo de comprarlas.---si a esto le sumamos el Úmero Écord de ejecuciones hipotecarias, el panorama para el mercado inmobiliario pinta sombrio.---"claudia botero" nos presenta a l
. it was a situation out of control. rival gangs a brawling on georgia avenue in front of howard university as hundreds watched after the caribbean festival parade. no one polls -- no one pulled guns and knives at this one. rival gang members shot it out. they talk about a few bad apples ridding the future of the crew be a parade. >> be used to have georgia avenue day. we no longer have that because of the violence. >> some howard university students were stunned. >> i was expecting them to come out and have a good time cannot be in danger. >> they say the city stopped funding his organization, and that is why there is violence. >> outreach needs to be done. >> we asked one former victim what is behind these clashes. >> we show that my neighborhood is not scared of your neighborhood and that we will go right at you. >> so it is retaliating? >> yes. >> they have had nearly two decades of success. >> this is no reflection about what we do it or have done for the past 19 years. >> right now, a lot of these young people are lost. >> this part of georgia avenue was a battleground last saturday. the organize
partes clave de una ley en contra de inmigrantes en georgia, la legislaciÓn entrarÁ en vigor el primero de julio pero quedaron por fuera clÁusulas que penalizan a quiÉnesh@not uni-ed.noctrhÍas vs migratorio de cualquier indocumentados. >> el bloqueo por parte de la ley significa que para el juez quien debe implementar las leyes migratorios es el gobierno federal al menos en el momento, queda fuera las dos parh@not uÁ sospechosos no serÁ un delito criminal el transportar o alimentos a indocumentados. >> un respiro para 400 mil indocumentado y gran importante resultado y para otros grupos que interpusieron la demanda argumentando su inconstitucionalidad. >> tiene que tener cuidado con eso porque le va a costar al estado bastantes millones de dÓlares. >> grupos calificaron la decisiÓn como victoria temporal pero poderosa. >> estamos contentos, no quiere de qunivisionnot uni-ed.noctrh@ terminada, continÚa. peroh@not uni-ed.noctrh@l juez queisionnot uni-ed.noctrh@ intes tal clima de hoidad, miedo, inseguridad que todos los inmigrantes indocumentados se irÁn de georgia. >> es una ley
, and the gentleman from georgia, mr. bishop, each will control 30 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas. mr. culberson: mr. chairman, it's my privilege to lay out tonight for the house for consideration the appropriations bill for the -- for military construction and veterans affairs that my good friend, mr. sanford bishop of georgia, we have worked together arm in arm to make sure our men and women in uniform have everything they need to do their squob. we're the peace of mind committee for the united states military and for our veterans. we have an obligation as congress this government has an obligation first and foremost to provide for national curt to make sure our men and women in uniform, not only in -- here at home and overseas have everything they need to do their job. the scope of our appropriations bill today includes construction of all the military basis here -- bases here and overseas. we have fully funded in this bill all the requests of the branches of the military for our men and women in uniform on active duty. we've made sure that all the retired men and women w
pausa al regresar veremos lo que pasó en una corte de georgia con respecto a la demanda de una ley antimigrante >>> también revelan video relacionados con una matanza y ahora el dato de un día un millón 640 mil la cantidad de salvadoreños que se hicieron contar en el censo 2010 la cifra equivale a la cuarta parte de la población del ssalvador siendo l cuarto grupo más grande de hispanos en la nación en una lista que encabeza la población mexicana en estados unidos. ( ♪ música) >>> no se produjo la decisión que debía tomar y un juez federal acerca de una ley antimigrante en georgia,inmigra protestaron contra la medida y además buscan que el gobernador no la firme omar garcía tiene el informe desde atlanta. >>> frente a la corte que tiene en sus meemanos el futuro de lay h b 1097, protestaron porque hoy un juez decidiera aquí si la ley que criminaliza el ser indocumentado en georgia viola o no la constitución, pero luego la corte se reservó su derecho a examinar los derechos de ambas partes >>> el fwoabogado de gobierno d está produce jeentegiendo pero . al gobiern
tranquilos >>>rogelio: rogelio mora tagle telemundo. ( ♪ música ) >>>josé: nos vamos al estado de georgia donde grupos defensores de los derechos civiles anunciaron una ofensiva para bloquear la ley h b 1087 que criminaliza a los indocumentados en atlanta se encuentra jorge buzo con los detalles. >>>periodista: esta mañana el grupo de abogados que inició desde la semana pasada el proceso de demanda contra la inmigración de georgia tuvo su primer encuentro con el juez donde presentaron argumentos de esta norma que estarán estudi o estudiados para presentarse el primero de julio. >>> el proceso es que ahora vamos a regresar a la corte el 20 de junio y cada parte nuestra parte y la del estado tendrán una oportunidad de presentar al juez su posición, y después ya sea este día el 20 de junio o en algún momento entre el primero de julio el juez decide si la ley será detenida o bloqueada. >>>periodista: entre los principa principales componente de la querella porque da lugar a la discriminación por su capacidad para hablar inglés, también se centra en la prohibición sobre el trans
it violates georgia law. >> yes, sir. >> are you going to arrest me or what? >> get on the ground. on the ground, now. >> a chance they will be apprehended. >> am i being taped? >> you are being taped. >> and know all about "dateline's" previous reports on internet sex predators. >> i just wanted to test it. that's all. >> they are still showing up at a house where they are told a woman is home alone. the number of men who wind up at the door at each undercover operation is alarming. >>> like our sixth investigation. this time in harris county, georgia. we've rigged it with 12 hidden cameras, five inside, seven outside. from a control room, who operates the cameras and records a man's every move from the moment he drives up to the house. we've hired a young looking 19-year-old to play the part of a young girl. a decoy who will invite the men in. >> hey, come on in. >> this is 24-year-old raymondo. he thinks he's going to meet a 14-year-old girl. he just met her in a chatroom. >> i made sweet tea for you. it's super good. that's what we do down south. >> to give you an idea of why
. georgia is cracking down on illegals and now mexico is suing. guess whose court it is using? and master of disguise, big labor. stay tuned. [ male announcer ] do you know how you will react when someone changes lanes without warning? or when you're distracted? when you're falling aeep at the wheel? do you know how you'll react? lexus can now precisely test the most unpredictable variable in a car -- the driver. when you pursue perfection, you don't just engineer the world's most advanced driving silator. you engineer amazing. ♪ >>neil: wal-mart is facing new opposition from what is called a nonunion group but is it really nonunion? members of wal-mart getting their startup from unions and i spoke to one of this on fox business network yesterday. when i have been to a wal-mart i have yet to see anyone chained to a shelf stocking goods, so, what is so awful if we are talking about this. >>guest: it is not a job you can raise a family on. >>neil: many do. >>guest: they don't have a close and they have to. >>neil: wal-mart says if we unionize, the $4 prescription drugs that could be compr
to find family members as someone opens fire after some type of altercation at georgia avenue. >> i ran back to my car to make sure my family and friends were safe. >> officers on duty for the nearby caribbean festival got to the scene quickly and found three shooting victims at gresham and georgia. >> we believe we saw three. definitely were totally not involved at all. we were questioning the fourth one because he was running from the scene. >> evidence of the street fight was everywhere. more than 21 pieces tagged and photographed. canines looked for more. right now investigators don't think the shooting had anything to do with the festival. more likely a neighborhood dispute. >> we have thousands of people out here in the festival. it's a shame because unfortunately, some of these blocks throughout here are kind of our crew hot areas. >> for visitors who did attend the festival and hung around a little too long, a sad ending. >> it is an unfortunate ending, especially with the shortening of the route and the timing. you know, it's unfortunate. >> putting pieces together and i'
para un grupo de organizaciones civiles del estado de georgia, presentÓ hoy una demanda contra la ley estatal hb87, considerada por los demandantes como una copia de la ley implementada recientemente en arizona.... la legislacion permite a las autoridades locales indagar el estatus migratorio de una persona y penaliza a quienes alberguen o transporten a indocumentados... la oficina del gobernador dice que los legisladores de georgia se aseguraron que esta ley se ajusta a la dias que trabajan... los afectados dicen que el cambio les perjudica el exito de este mercadito, esta enfureciendo a muchos de estos negocios..... alli casi no hay clientela, mientras que aqui las filas no cesan... "nosotros como latinos estamos acostumbrados a andar comiendo en la calle..." "aparte es mas barato y tiene sabor mas casero " el gobierno les a prohibido que vendan los sabados y en luga venderan los jueves . es decir abriran los jueves, viernes y domingo.... "simplemente porque los sabados es el dia mas grande para los negocios que estan en esa area. y para qu
dead. >>> a young mormon was trying to cross georgia avenue in wheaton when she was struck by a car. -- a young woman. courtney robinson has details. >> montgomery county police officers say that the victim, 24-year-old etsegenet hurrisa was trying to cross georgia avenue near regina drive when a car with two teenagers came by and hit her and killed her. the car slammed through a wooden fence and came to a stop in the backyard of a nearby house afterwards. the driver and passenger were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. that car a silver 2007 volkswagen. the driver is 18-year-old carlos arias, of silver spring and his passenger is 17-year-old pool ubillus, of silver spring . notes charges have been filed at this time. it's not clear if alcohol was involved. all this are still investigating. the reconstruction team was out here late last night. all this happened around 10:48 last night. officers are asking for your help. if you have information, call them. live from wheaton, courtney robinson, abc 7 news. >>> 6:04. prosecutors now say no one will be charged in the death of a
african-americans from the vote in georgia and elsewhere. and here is the result of his activism in 1946, after the fall of the white primary blacks lined up all over the streets in atlanta, eager to exercise the franchise. and yet walden and other pragmatists were called uncle tom's and the question is, why would that be? well, it was because he didn't challenge segregation in housing. instead, he made deals with local whites to find housing for african-americans wherever he could in the midst of a post-war housing crisis. and this has the effect of maintaining the color line. and as a result, poor black neighborhoods remained intact, neighborhoods like the one where this woman lives remained intact. and really his decisions had the impact of exacerbating segregation over time. he also was called an accommodationist because he never fully embraced school desegregation. of course, a chief way in which thurgood marshall conceived equality. now, why would that have been? well, it was partly because he was interested in preserving the jobs of african-american school teachers. but also, it w
apologize to mr. graves of georgia. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for three minutes. mr. graves: that often happens, i certainly understand the connection there. he's the smarter one. mr. speaker, i just want to take the opportunity to address this. there is one issue facing this nation right now that is far greater than what we're discussing at this point, and that is jobs. the lack of jobs in this nation as a result of two failed years of an experiment that just didn't work. i know we're going to talk about it for the next day or two and the next couple of weeks. the american people just expect us to deal with cutting spending here. they said, take care of your job, get it done, spend within your means, don't spend more than you get, and take care of your job. at the same time, understand what's happening back home on main street. i can tell you, mr. speaker, as i go home, each and every week, and i see the devastation occurring all across the communities in my district, it's amazing to see the for sale sign the for rent signs, that pop up each and every week that
(♪). >> una severa ley antiinmigrante en georgia fue bloqueada por un juez. >> mÁs de una docena de paÍses han a yapoyado una demanda para detenerla. >> renace esperanzas para estudiantes indocumentado el dream act vuelve a una comisiÓn del congreso serÁ la primera audiencia pÚblica en aÑos. >> decenas de encapuchados asesinaron a un jefe de la policÍa en su oficina en un pueblo de nuevo leÓn, mÉxico. >> jugadores de la selecciÓn mexicana sub 22 dicen que les robaron en ecuador pero el asunto va mÁs alla, muy cerca del escÁndalo. >> (♪). >> este es su noticiero univisiÓn edicion nocturna con ilia calderÓn. >> buenas noches comenzamos con leyes migratorias. >> un juez federal bloqueo partes clave de una ley en contra de inmigrantes en georgia, la legislaciÓn entrarÁ en vigor el primero de julio pero quedaron por fuera clÁusulas que penalizan a quiÉnes albergue a indocumentado y a policÍas verificar el status migratorio de cualquier indocumentados. >> el bloqueo por parte de la ley significa que para el juez quien debe implementar las leyes migratorios es el gobier
. we were two blocks away when we heard of the shooting. this is off georgia and fresh. you can get an idea what it looks like right now. you can imagine with the massive crowds that were here, this place erupted inmayhem. this is, again, georgia and gresham. here is what we know right now. this is preliminary information. three people have been shot, two of those are males, one of those a female. we understand that at the time of the shooting when crews responded here, one of the people shot was not moving. two of the other people were breathing. all three were taken to area hospitals. again, this is happening off georgia and gresham, just a couple of blocks away from the nucleus of thecaribbean festival. we have been speaking to folks out here and the sentiment here is that they don't know who fired off the shot. they are not attributing this to the caribbean festival, the neighbors out here. back out live here, i can tell you that police have this entire area blocked off. i even saw mayor gray. he showed up about five minutes ago to get briefed on this shooting. so, again, we hav
in georgia. we will show you the image from the storm. it's friday. happy friday. >> also happy national doughnut day. >> that's right. >> our friends from doughnut express brought them. >> find out how to get them for free today. >> all right. there you go. let's say good morning to justin berk. >> good morning. it's 6:31. we made it through the sticky week. feels hike we had a summer. and now we head towards the weekend rebecca miller says she is going camping and who would have thunk. you know what, some of the cool mornings making it extra cool for the pool. 54 -- we are sitting a little warmer by the by a in sparrows point at 60. we have got a high uv index for today. you can get a burn even though the temperatures pull back and we will aim for 78 lunchtime, 83 the two degree guarantee. the weekend outlook coming up in a bit. here tonya with traffic. >> reporter: we have an accident in howard county 32 eastbound at 108. clarksville pike so be aware of that. for the most part we are doing okay especially on route 50 at i-97. westbound traffic to the left of the screen a little heavie
now. . >>> 60 member minutes ago we got the news that 12-year-old georgia solomon had been found. >> an hour ago we were worried something terrible had happened. here is why, georgia was all dressed up for school, her uniform on, climbed on board the bus to go to school where she is in the 6th grade but got off the bus a couple stops earlier, only mom and police know where she has been since yesterday morning. georgia solomon back safe and sound. >>> update to the story we brought you earlier tonight. police have found the car of a missing man; they found during the 5:00 news on liberty road. police say the 20-year-old last talked to his family sunday night. said he would be home around midnight but didn't come home, didn't show up to the fire academy. if you have information call the police right away. >> right now any chance of thunderstorms have -- that were heading our way may be rolling out. nice warm night but temperatures are dropping. finally, let's check in with wyatt in the storm center with a look at the forecast. that's good news. >> reporter: yeah. we have been wai
♪ >>> victoria para indocumentados en georgia, un juez bloquea las fases más controversiales de una ley. en venezuela aseguran que chávez se recupera. decenas de migrantes son rescatados en méxico, y otros podrían estar en manos de criminales. padres y expertos ponen el grito en cielo tras decisión sobre el video juego violento. ♪ >>> buenas tardes. y todo parece indicar que para quienes intentan promover el clima antiindocumentado el clima está lleno de espinas, vamos con vannesa. >>>periodista: mientras algunos aprueban estas leyes, algunos jueces en otros prohíben esto, un juez en georgia bloqueo la parte que penaliza por transportar o albergar indocumentados. y por supuesto las reacciones no se hicieron esperar. >>> las partes más agresivas son sacadas, deja pasar otras, pero abre el camino para una reforma. >>> es una victoria, y que buscamos que esto sea una señal de la restricción de los valores y los derechos civiles y humanos hacia la comunidad latina. >>> bueno, lo mismo ocurrió en indiana, el viernes una jueza accedió a bloquear las partes más controversiale
are awaiting a federal ruling after supporters and critics faced off over georgia's immigration bill. the controversial law allows the police to ask suspects about immigration status and the penalizess people who transport illegal immigrants. any worker using fake identification could face significant prison time and a major fine. mexico says this could hurt relations between the two countries. since the law affects every mexican citizen leaving in the state of georgia. we have been following this from our atlanta bureau. we understand they just wrapped up oral arguments. what is happening now in. >> reporter: it's definitely going to be a waiting game. the federal judge listened this morning to groups who want to block good's new immigration bill which would allow local police to investigate the status of certain people and detain illegal immigrants and crackdown on those who harbor illegal immigrants. after an hour and a half the federal judge said he needed more time. he said he would not make an yesterday ruling on this case. one thing he focused on is how the counties, county pi
georgia avenue on saturday afternoon. one of the victims, later died. sources tell us that the gunfire erupted in the gassy area where people were eating and listening to music. there were at least two shooters. police found casings from a 9 mm handgun and a 40 caliber pistol. authorities this it was a neighborhood dispute and not directly connected to the festival. >> we're trying to piece together what occurred and what set it off. it doesn't make sense. >> reporter: sources say the bloodshed could have been much worse. there were at least 20 shots fired. police say one of the victims ran from the scene he was caught and was being questioned. his bloody clothing guarded by police. detectives were also looking at the mercury car as possibly being connected to the crime. it was found crashed in an alley between hobart street and a couple blocks from the scene. >> the day started out so nice and it ended really sad. >> although it's not connected to the festival in a way it is. it's a shame that, like, we can't really have a parade without something transpiring like this. >> a hail of b
the literary scene of savannah, georgia, one of eight southeastern cities we're touring this year for booktv. next, an interview with hugh golson author of "the sign of the buck." >> andrew low was one of savannah's more prominent citizens. he was a merchant, he was a entrepreneur, he was a family man, but technically there's two andrew lows. first of all, this is a scottish family. they are from the area on the east coast of scotland. the low family were not the most important people around. they were tenant farmers on the lands of the lord's keith who were the big shots in the neighborhood. and scotland had been in to a bitter conflict with england for years, and they had paid dearly for it. the scottish could not do business outside of their nation. they were banned from doing commerce in the british empire. but those restrictions were lifted in the early 1700s, and we see scotsmen pour out over the british empire with their skills attending ledgers and moving merchandise. and they appear all over america. and the low family was one such scottish family. it was more than just a family,
en manos de un juez en georgia, la entrada en vigor de la ley anti indocumentados hb 87 cuando se espera la decisiÓn?. >>> triunfo para wal-mart, corte suprema dice no a la mayor demanda colectivo por discriminaciÓn en estados unidos alerta a los padres, alarma la cifra de niÑos que sufren de alergias por alimentos. noticiero telemundo, con josÉ dÍaz-balart. desde new york. >>>josÉ: buenas tardes de la ciudad de new york, sin embargo, hoy comenzamos en arizona, donde los incendios forestales, los mÁs grandes en la historia de este estado, se siguen avivando, pero tambiÉn estÁ que arde la polÉmica desatada por el senador john mccain al culpar, escuchen esto, a los indocumentados, que cruzan la frontera por algunos de los fuegos en este estado. telemundo saliÓ en bÚsqueda del senador, lo cuestionÓ cara a cara sobre las acusaciones, lor n, telemundo. >>> por cierto un anoche los vientos avivaron estos fuegos, forzando mayores. en arizona y nuevo mÉxico, hay 7.000 residentes. 2600 casas evacuadas incluyendo las 1.500 que fueron abandonada por sus dueÑos. las llamas cont
goes, guess what, georgia, they're always trying to follow in florida's wake. we've got a presidential primary calendar update. the panel is sticking with us. you're watching "daily rundown" only on msnbc. can getting enough vegetables make you feel good? oh, yeah. v8 juice gives you 3 of your 5 daily servings of vegetables. v8. what's your number? >>> let's bring back our panel. susan page, jamal simmons and beth rhinehart. you have john boehner saying what deadline on debt ceiling. we'll hear the president probably fire back on this issue. this issue, certainly, what happened to this argument and is he giving the democrats an opening here in. >> i think this is a dangerous game of chicken because we have the world's most fragile recovery going and -- >> riots in the streets in greece. i mean, it is unrelated to our debt ceiling but, you know -- >> you know, we have a recovery that doesn't feel like a recovery. >> right. >> you know that what the republicans have said, certainty is something that's important to the business world. you have the uncertainty of august 2nd. it seems to me
prohíben esto, un juez en georgia bloqueo la parte que penaliza por transportar o albergar indocumentados. y por supuesto las reacciones no se hicieron esperar. >>> las partes más agresivas son sacadas, deja pasar otras, pero abre el camino para una reforma. >>> es una victoria, y que buscamos que esto sea una señal de la restricción de los valores y los derechos civiles y humanos hacia la comunidad latina. >>> bueno, lo mismo ocurrió en indiana, el viernes una jueza accedió a bloquear las partes más controversiales de la ley sb 590. en algunos estados sin embargo, crece el miedo, hoy se firmó una copia de la ley sb 1070 de arizona. que obliga también a los empresarios a usar el sistema e-verify. las medidas entrarían en vigor el 1 de enero del 2012. en alabama también están con una leysimilar. y allí se llevó una protesta, cientos de personas salieron a protestar en contra de esta ley. >>> en cuanto a la ley de georgia, ya se comenzó un proceso de apelación. >>> sí, dijo el gobernador que apelaria esto y que >>> el servicio de inmigración construirá uno d
virginia in 2013 and virginia tech in 2014. >>> still to come on wjz eyewitness news at noon a georgia inferno. what caused a huge fire just outside an industrial plant. >>> a high speed pursuit caught on videotape. you won't believe who's behind the wheel of that car. >> more clouds and humidity. we're still hoping for more sunshine. will we get it. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> a huge fire outside an industrial plant in georgia sent workers running for their lives. investigators say the flames are feeding on a million pounds of petroleum based plastic construction materials being stored outside. the cause is still unknown. >>> police stop a speeding car in michigan after a few motorists notice something strange about the driver. >> i look over to my left. i she kid probably four feet tall, looked like he was eight years old driving by himself. >> turns out the driver was only seven years old and apparently took his mom's car while she left in order to go and visit his father. no one was hurt. the boy has been returned to the custody of his mom. >>> still ahead at noon, don't let those cloud
in the spotlight. maybe it's time we stopped paying attention. >>> and when georgia passed a tough immigration law, its agricultural industry discovered it suddenly was faced with a severe labor shortage. so what did north carolina do? it passed its own tough sounding immigration law that exempts the farming industry. it exempts the very people it pretends to affect. in other words, it's a joke. let me finish, by the way, with the president of the united states finally telling the republicans in his own way, he's mad as hell and he's not going to take it anymore. we start with president obama's press conference today, chuck todd is political director for nbc news and chief white house correspondent. chuck, i heard the earth move today. the president, he is out there. here he is on sharing the pain. let's listen. this is a new barack obama politically speaking. >> the revenue we're talking about isn't coming out of the pockets of the middle-class families that are struggling. it's coming out of folks who are doing extraordinarily well. and are enjoying the lowest tax rates since before i was born.
odyssey that ultimately led to the desegregation of the university of georgia. this will be the subject of her talk today. if you have questions at the end of her talk, please use a microphone stand at the front to ask the question. and at this time please join me in welcoming professor tomiko brown-nagin. [applause] >> good afternoon. thank you so much for that kind introduction. and to all of you for coming out, it's an honor and privilege to be here at the university of georgia, particularly in this 50th anniversary year of the schools desegregation. i want to begin by of course thanking the american constitution society for inviting me to appear here. particularly to ashland johnson who organized this event. she works so hard on bringing this together. and i appreciate that so much. i also want to recognize the cosponsors of the event, including the george history department, the african-american cultural center institute of african-american studies, and graduate and professional scholars. thank you all. i'm thrilled to be here with you, and i appreciate your support. now, i want to
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